Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

When I was in 4th grade my bestfriend Nicole's grandmother made us this one night. Im 23 now, and i've never forgotten it. I think the "cool" part is that once it dries you really can't tell that the chocolate is on there. It's a fantastic surprise.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 6 ounces of nestle white chocolate chips
  • 2 (3 1/3 ounce) bags popcorn (Stay away from the buttery kind)


  1. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave. (Watch it closely if you use the microwave).
  2. Microwave 2 bags of popcorn or pop about 7 oz. popcorn kernels.
  3. In a large tub, (or 2 large bowls) drizzle melted white chocolate over popcorn. Mix and fluff as you go. Your looking for a light coat of chocolate on the popcorn -- too much will make the popcorn soggy and spongy.
  4. Let popcorn cool in the refrigerator until the chocolate hardens. This is a great time to scoop servings of the popcorn into large ziplock baggys for easy storage.
  5. **Try bringing this to the party/couch/campout/slumberparty and letting your guest discover that it's not ordinary popcorn on their own ;) It's the greatest 1/2 a sec. in your life before you figure out what's goin' on.
Most Helpful

5 5

I love this recipe and I have adapted it over the years. I go to a candy supply store and buy the colored chocolate and make a batch of green and a batch of red then mix them together when dry. I also started using a large brown paper bag to mix. Just add popcorn, then add chocolate and shake. Put on a baking sheet to set. LOVE this as a snack anytime or as a great "candy dish" item for any holiday!! Color to suit!!

4 5

Perhaps I'm a sweetaholic, but I think the ratio of chocolate to popcorn needs to be modified. I made 7 oz (unpoppoed) popcorn and melted 6 oz chocolate and only used about 2/3 of the popcorn on the popped kernels. Next time, I'm going to try 6oz popcorn and 6 oz chocolate.<br/>I also add just a splash of water or milk to my chocolate to make it drizzle better and coat the popcorn.<br/>On the whole though, great idea that I never had had before! Shocking what great things one can do with two staples!

5 5

Loved how sneaky this recipe is for tricking others into thinking it is just normal popcorn!! But the flavor really stands out on your first bite. I first tried this as written with white chocolate chips that had been sitting up in my cabinet in a ziplock bag and then wouldn't melt in either a double boiler or then when I put it in the microwave, they were too old. When I opened a new bag, this worked perfectly, now I need to use the rest of the bag(of white chocolate chips) soon in other recipes, lol!! Thanks for sharing such a fun and yummy recipe. Made for "Best of 2012" recipe tag game.

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